Lewis Henry Robey was born on December 29, 1837 and lived his entire life in Dranesville. He was enlisted into Company G of the 8th Infantry Regiment as a Private Confederate Soldier. He was in the same company as Henry J. O'Bannon. He was promoted to Full Sergeant on April 1, 1863. He later married Charlotte Elizabeth Hunt Robey and had at least five children. Before the war he was a laborer living with the Hawxhurst family and once married he became a farmer. He was wealthy enough in to employee a servant (Robert Kidwell) in the 1900 census. He died on January 2, 1911.
Charlotte Elizabeth Hunt Robey was born on May 16, 1843. Her husband (Lewis), her mother (Susan), and her son (De Almon) are buried beside her. She died on October 8, 1919.
Susan Kitchen Hunt was born on July 31, 1806. Once widowed, she lived with Charlotte and Lewis in Dranesville until her death on February 4, 1892.
De Almon Robey was born on November 22, 1868 and was the son of Lewis and Charlotte Robey. He was employeed by the R. & D. Railroad Company. De Almon died on June 6, 1895.